From: Joe Albright and Marcia Kunstel
Date: 28 Aug 1999
We've been off the screen in recent months in such places as Kosovo and Beijing. As we dropped by the site to see what was happening, we were interested in the byplay about General Pavel. One contribution to the debate: we think the Russian version of the Sudoplatov memoirs, published in 1996, should stand as the definitive version of what he meant to say about atomic espionage. As we noted in "Bombshell," the Russian version omits his statement in the prlogue of the 1994 English version that Soviet agents "convinced Robert Oppenheimer, Enrico Fermi, Leo Szilard...and other scientists in America to share atomic secrets with us." (See our footnote on page 364 of "Bombshell" about the contrast between the English and Russian editions of Sudoplatov's memoirs.)
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